Superheros were sold separately on cards, usually with a single bottle of goop and paint or something:
- Batman Pack (one mold only) made several logos,a Bat-ring, and a bat pencil topper (Black goop) stock # 4491
- Tarzan mold: Tarzan with Cheetah & vines (Black paint?) This was actually the Tarzan from the television series as portrayed by Ron Eli (who later went on to play Doc Savage in George Pal's last film. stock #4492 I think this one came with flesh colored goop.
- Superman mold: Superman with a cape (blue goop red and yellow paint) stock #4493 This was a cool mold because it only made a one sided figure, but the cape hid most of this fact by covering about 75% of the back of the figure.
- Green Hornet mold: A hornet, and a hornet ring (green goop, what else?) stock #4494
Accessory molds: (these were only sold on cards too)
- Gangly Danglies: a two-sided mold, to make weird hanging characters. (3 tiny goop bottles) stock #4497
- Slitheries: puzzle-like pieces to make snakes or lizards. I have the mold but the parts do not fit together... Any ideas or suggestions of how this toy worked? stock #4496
- Squirtles: the roach from Giant Creepy Crawlers, but you also made a suction cup piece that melted on to the back, so when filled with water would squirt your unsuspecting victims (friends) ;)
Also some other carded molds "Mold Paks", that were taken from regular sets:
- Creepy Crawlers (2 unknown molds)
- Fang & Claw mold: from Fright Factory.
- Skeleton mold: mold separate arms, legs, etc. to make great skeletons! From Fright Factory.
- Shrunken Heads mold: from Fright Factory.
- Body and mouth and eye molds from Mini-Dragons
- 2 Molds from the Picadoos
- feet and arms and head form Creeple Peeple
- Flower and leaves from Fun FLowers
Disney Doodles which were molds of Disney characters, but these weren't made by
Mattel. I was told they were made by Marx.
I just watched the movie Joe's Apartment the other day and so now I'm rather pro-roach. As long as it is not in my kitchen! I have no idea who Long Roach OnLine (ROL) will be up as the movie came out over a year ago. It is well worth watching and is rather ammusing.The giant Cockroach was also sold as a separate mold under the name "Squirties" which would come with a rubber bladder making two part molds attachment that you could fill with water and squirt people with. The roach that was part of the squirties set is slightly different in that it had a spike sticking up out of the middle in the center of the Roach's back. If you have this you only need the two parts to make the water bladder to have a true thing maker collectible. Heck all these toys are collectible. And should you find a spare one... please let me know, just e-mail me.